Set Window Dimensions


To open the plot application press .


To change a setting, select that value using the cursor keys and type the desired value.

H-view establishes the smallest and largest x value, the ends of the x-axis.

V-view establishes the smallest and largest y value.

Autoscale, when marked, scales the y-axis to fit the lowest and highest values of the functions.

To view more parameters press



Independent indicates what variable to use as the horizontal axis, usually x.

Low establishes the smallest x value to be evaluated, usually Default, or the point farthest to the left on the screen.

High establishes the largest x value to be evaluated, usually Default, or the point farthest to the right on the screen.

Axes establishes whether or not to draw the axes.

Connect establishes whether or not to connect successive points on the graph.

Simultaneous establishes whether to graph all functions at once or one at a time.

Step establishes the difference between successive values of the independant variable, usually Default, or the distance between two consecutive pixels. (The pixel option defines the parameter in terms of pixels rather than graph units.)

H-tick defines the spacing between tic marks along the x-axis. To turn them off set this value to 0.

V-tick defines the spacing between tic marks along the y-axis. To turn them off set this value to 0.
The pixel option defines the tics in terms of pixels rather than graph units.

When finished, press